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May 16, 1975 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-16

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Friday, May 16, 1975 13

Dutch Tell Egypt

of Peace Policy

AMSTERDAM (JTA)' —
Dutch Foreign Minister
Max van der Stoel has as-
sured Egyptian leaders that
the Dutch point of view on
Mideast problems is in har-
mony with that of the Euro-
pean Common Market.
Van der Stoel told Egyp-
tian Foreign Minister Ismail
Fahmy that this position
includes the complete Is-
raeli withdrawal from all
occupied territories, the rec-
ognition of full rights for
the Palestinians, and sure
and guaranteed borders for
all states in the area.
Fahmy's reply was a
promise to make van der
Stoel's visit a "turning
' point" in Dutch-Egyptian
relations. Fahmy added
that Holland's friendship
with Israel need not hinder
good relations with Egypt.
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat, speaking on Dutch
radio after meeting with the
Dutch envoy said the recent
chill in Dutch-Egyptian re-
lations was due to a "mis-
understanding."
The Egyptian President
also attacked the United
States for continuing to sup-
ply arms to Israel, and
called on Holland and other
European countries for
their support of a return to
the Geneva peace table.

Israeli Floods
Wash Away Drugs

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
flood waters that ravaged
northern Sinai early this
spring causing hardships
for countless Bedouins and
other residents of the region
washed away huge quanti-
ties of narcotics that were
about to flood the drug mar-
kets of the United States,
Europe and Israel.
The drug in question was
hashish, a staple commodity
of the Middle East drug
traffickers. Quantities of it
— the exact amount is un-
known, but police say it was
huge — were hidden in
northern Sinai after being
smuggled from Jordan into
Israel -to await shipment
abroad.
Israeli police have re-
ported in addition that there
has been a significant de-
cline recently in the amount
of hashish smuggled into
the country. They attribute
this to the tension along the
'borders which has resulted
in tighter security mea-
sures.

French Jews Hit
End of VE Days

PARIS (JTA) — Jewish
organizations in France are
enraged with President Val-
ery Giscard d'Estaing's an-
nouncement that France, in
an effort to promote Euro-
pean solidarity, will no
longer celebrate the allied
victory over Nazi Germany.
The veterans section of
the League Against Racism
and Anti-Semitism (LICA),
declared that the commem-
orations are far from being
a display of hatred; rather,
they 'remind the younger
generation that the repeti-
tion of such atrocities must
be prevented. . . ...... .

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